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Old 3rd April 2008, 14:52   #16
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@ Mansi: dat was heel goed, dank je wel en tot ziens hier op het forum! may i ask why your learning to spreak dutch? (i'm not curious, i just want to know everything!
I have a client of my company who is from netherlands. so he has taught me a few sentences. though i am very keen to learn it fully.

i was infact looking for something which i can learn online.

can u help

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I just cant get over the fact that you've got 173 BHP in that little hatch. there should be a law against making people jealous like that!
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Manaa45, I've got some links for you;

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Just a few to get you started....

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nice one TDR! So Manaa, you have to adress us in dutch now, ok?

@ Rippergeo: i have 3 words for you.................IMPORT ONE YOURSELF!
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@ Rippergeo: i have 3 words for you.................IMPORT ONE YOURSELF!
Trust me Kim we would love to but our regulations don't allow us to import (not easily at least) second hand cars & even importing new cars with engines less than 3000cc & value less than 40,000$ is not allowed unless we homologate them in our country which is a VERY expensive & might I say unaffordable procedure for an individual to get done here. So until the WTO rules kick in cars like yours can only remain dreams!!

P.S. I would love to have a Clio 182 Trophy for a daily driver though
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Trust me Kim we would love to but our regulations don't allow us to import (not easily at least) second hand cars & even importing new cars with engines less than 3000cc & value less than 40,000$ is not allowed unless we homologate them in our country which is a VERY expensive & might I say unaffordable procedure for an individual to get done here. So until the WTO rules kick in cars like yours can only remain dreams!!

P.S. I would love to have a Clio 182 Trophy for a daily driver though

WOW.....didn't know that *bummer*!
Well, you'll just have to live off my pics then
if you love a clio trophy, then your certanly gonna looooove the V6 Sport version! (loving it to, still can't affort it unfortunately)

i'll post a pic and some specs so you can keep drooling haha!

specs can be found on this site (which holds lots of info about most european cars)
2003 Renault Clio V6 technical specifications - Carfolio.com car specifications pages
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Welcome aboard Kim,

Glad to see that we now have the renault clio proudly represented on Team-BHP.

Keep in mind that this intro thread will automatically close in a few weeks, so if you are going to begin a car discussion, its best you do it in another thread.

Also, as soon as i saw the picture of the V6 above i remembered this thread! Check it out >>
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...t-clio-f1.html (Photoshopped : Renault Clio F1........)

cya around,
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ps - Mansi is always prowling the Intro section for the hopes of new female members to keep her company here
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Well, you'll just have to live off my pics then
if you love a clio trophy, then your certanly gonna looooove the V6 Sport version! (loving it to, still can't affort it unfortunately)
Oh, both the Gen I & II Clio V6's are drool worthy for sure but they do have reputation for being nasty handlers too! Along with having turning radius's as wide as the Titanic!!

But still for a small car with a "big" engine they do ahve some really fantastic appeal!

Have fun with your 172 on your country's nice roads Kim!
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Welcome aboard Kim,

Glad to see that we now have the renault clio proudly represented on Team-BHP.

Keep in mind that this intro thread will automatically close in a few weeks, so if you are going to begin a car discussion, its best you do it in another thread.

Also, as soon as i saw the picture of the V6 above i remembered this thread! Check it out >>
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...t-clio-f1.html (Photoshopped : Renault Clio F1........)

cya around,
R

ps - Mansi is always prowling the Intro section for the hopes of new female members to keep her company here
Thanks Rehaan, i'll keep that in mind. Gonna start a Clio topic soon!

And @Mansi: Here i am! you have 2 wishes left


@Iraghava: Definately true! my dad's stationwagon (Renault Laguna, google yourself *haha*) turns WAY better than my little ride, but hey, she has lots to make up for it! Clio's V6 roadbehavure can be improved by changing the suspension to an hydraulic set, wich is quite expensive, but worth while
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thanks a lot TDR , will start learning as soon as possible.



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nice one TDR! So Manaa, you have to adress us in dutch now, ok?
i will try to do as i go on with the online learning of Dutch. thks to tdr that will be easy now and even our dutch client will be surprised now.

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ps - Mansi is always prowling the Intro section for the hopes of new female members to keep her company here
Rehaan, I am surely happy that some more female members are coming in but then they still are from faraway place like The One and Kim.

nevertheless, something is better then nothing.
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manaa45 : I have a client of my company who is from netherlands. so he has taught me a few sentences.
A team-mate in the US, who's an american used to ask for coaching like this for Hindi and pounce on un-suspecting members of the support teams in India. Used to be fun.
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Rehaan : ps - Mansi is always prowling the Intro section for the hopes of new female members to keep her company here
And she's found some one to teach her Dutch too !
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Rehaan : Keep in mind that this intro thread will automatically close in a few weeks, so if you are going to begin a car discussion, its best you do it in another thread.
And a separate thread if you folks are planning to discuss learning Dutch, a-la The Yeti's English Thread (A YetiGuide® : How To Post In Proper English).


and Kim, a warm welcome to you.
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Those pics are what im talking about Kim. Absolutely love the car in that guise. And those headlights were what i was referring to when i posted earlier. I like these more than the angel eyes. Anyways, nice to see you have dark humour yet to see you in the popular threads.
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